ONU Jr. is a Model United Nations conference hosted by university students that seeks to expose students to the process of diplomacy and international politics. High schools students participate in a four day simulation where they replicate processes of formal and informal negotiation that takes place in the most important international organizations.
Participants will broaden their global perspective, learning in practice, the importance of respecting diversity and being tolerant. Further, the model contributes to developing their understanding of how politics are carried out and how systems of international relations work. Given these objectives, ONU Jr. strives to provide the most realistic UN simulation possible, allowing students to discuss relevant international topics and develop their critical thinking.
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Schools can form groups of up to 20 students that can participate in the conference. Although schools may have internal selection criteria regarding who can attend, ONU Jr has an open registration process.
BRL$120 registration fee and BRL$ 40 transportation fee per student (scholarships are available).
Students must prepare to represent different countries and leaders in each committee prior to participating in the event.
Preparation time and four-day conference in November of each year.
1. Online registration completed by each delegation's Chief Delegate.
2. Payment of registration fee.
3. Individual online registration of each participating student.